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Two of these leaders that Sembene mention in his novel are Bakayoko and Fa Keita. Bakayoko is a young, educated delegate who takes care of the legal affairs of the railway men; and Fa Keita is an old, but wise and mature man in the African community who the people look up to for decisions concerning the people...
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Even the simplest of things such as language is something that challenges French control and serves as a basis for African independence. For example, when Bakayoko meets with French delegates in regards the demands of the strike he says, "That is all I had to say, and I have said it in French so that he would understand me, although I think this meeting should have been conducted in Ouolof, since that is our language (Sembene 177)...
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